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Yes, you can. You may have to take a few prerequisite classes in English and math, but you can do it. It is never too late. I went back to school after nearly 7 years out and got my BS, then went on to a MA after a few years and got my PhD at 54. YOU CAN DO THIS. Go for it and good luck.

Q: You were a total slacker in High School with bad grades. Can I get into CU now 9 years later?

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to get good grades in school

Secondary Schools encompasses grades 7 to 9 and 9 to 12. Grades 7-9 represent junior high school while grades 9 to 12 represent high school. This applies to most schools in United States. The total of 6 years of high school completes a secondary school education.

There is 11 grades total not counting College

im not sure what u mean but theres preschool then 5 yrs of elementary school then 4 yrs of middle school then 4 yrs of high school then college.

The total enrollment for Overland High School in Aurora, Colorado for the 2012-2013 school year was 2,211. This includes 6th through the 12th grades.

If you mean by a Grade Point Average (GPA,) you would collect all of your grades from your middle school year(s) and dividing it by your total amount of credit hours attempted.

You add up all of the score/grades and then you divide by the amount of scores/grades total. So if you had 10 scores/grades total you would add them all up and then divide them by 10.

It depends on the type of school. Private School: If the school in question is a private school, then it will most likely be a new person buying out the school to own it. This is often the case with schools that have fell into disrepair, the students getting bad grades etc etc. Public School: With a public school, a total buyout would mean that it no longer belonged to the council that ran it.

The kind were your not a total loser

If your grades are on a 4.0 scale, then you add up all the grades and then divide by the number of grades.However, many schools weight harder classes differently, so it could be that a 2.0 earned in a very hard class may correspond to a 4.0 in an easy class, or a 4.0 in a hard class might actually correspond to a 5.0 or 6.0 in an easy class. Thus, you need to ask the school for a list of classes and how they are weighted for GPA purposes.

If you are talking about his elementary, middle school and high school education, he graduated from the Punahou School in Honolulu in 1979, having completed the customary 12 grades (he studied for four years in elementary schools in Indonesia, but had attended kindergarten in Hawaii, and then returned to Hawaii to attend grades 5-12). President Obama then studied for two years at Occidental College in Los Angeles; he next transferred to Columbia in New York, where he graduated with his Bachelor's degree two years later (in 1983). He then worked for a while, and returned to school: in 1989, he entered Harvard Law School, and graduated with academic honors in 1991. So, the total years in the college class room was four as an undergraduate, and two more to get his law degree.